About time someone started such a thread!
My signature [*beams with pride*] is taken from the second half of the second stanza of a poem by Xin Qiji (AD1140-1207), the most celebrated nationalistic poet of the Southern Song dynasty. Here is the full poem in Chinese:
A rough, literal translation of the second half goes:
A youngster, he commanded ten thousand men,
Guarding the Southeast, forever fighting the foe.
Of the heroes of the world, who is of his match?
Should one have a son, let him be like Sun Zhongmou.
The last line, of course, is a quote from Cao Cao, who, upon seeing how the Wu troops kicked ass, exclaimed, "Should one have a son, let him be like Sun Zhongmou! As for Liu Jingxing's (Liu Biao's) sons, they are but pigs and pups."